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Historic Places to Stay in Lancaster, PA

Step into the past and experience the timeless elegance of Lancaster County's historic lodging properties. Immerse yourself in rich history, charming architecture, and unforgettable moments. Book your enchanting getaway today!

Escape to the charm of Lancaster County, PA, and indulge in an unforgettable overnight stay at one of our historic hotels, bed & breakfasts, or inns. Whether planning a family vacation or a romantic couples retreat, experience the allure of the past while enjoying modern comforts. Immerse yourself in the unique ambiance, personalized hospitality, and captivating stories of these historic establishments. Create cherished memories, explore nearby attractions, and let Lancaster County's history come alive during your stay.

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Inside view of AmishView hotel room with one king bed, a cough, and large windows overlooking farmland

Fantastic Lancaster farm views, breakfast and amenities make a great stay.

Red Caboose in Lancaster

Book your stay this Spring in Paradise at the Red Caboose to have a memorable adventure in Amish Country, PA.

Enjoy a locally inspired stay and walk to area shops and attractions

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Freedom Home 1876 Civil War Era Mansion

Freedom Home

15 rooms. Sleeps 10. 5 Bedrooms. 2 Full Baths. 1 Secret...

Moonstone Manor

Moonstone Manor

Over the centuries, this 1742 Manor House has transformed...

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A three-floor brick mansion with white detailing, columns, and a grand staircase that belonged to James Buchanan.

Explore Lancaster County's history and heritage.

Attention history buffs! It’s one thing to read about history but it’s a whole other experience to stay overnight at a historical hotel...

group of friends eating at restaurant

Enjoy a taste of history at one of these long-standing and historic dining establishments.

For an authentic immersion in early Pennsylvania German life (1740-1940), visit Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum.

From history to hands on, we’ve got you covered.